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Shown above are Heritage Trust award-recipients at the Trust’s 2014 Early American Christmas Dinner and Annual Meeting. They are, left to right: the Rev. James (Jim) Mays, a Heritage Trust Awards Committee member and a former HT president; the Rev. Rex Brown, who accepted an Anniversary Award honoring New Bethel Presbyterian Church on its 175th anniversary year; former Heritage Trust President Carolyn Gregg, honored with a Special Award for her book, "Remembering Greene County Mills"; Betty Fletcher, of the Greeneville-Greene County History Museum, who received a posthumous Award of Merit honoring her late husband, Earl Fletcher, former director of the museum; Marilda Hurley, who received a posthumous Award of Merit honoring her late husband, noted Greeneville Sun columnist Bob Hurley; Tim Massey, Greene County Historian and former Heritage Trust president, who received an Award of Merit at the dinner; and Robert H. (Bob ) Bailey, chairman of the Awards Committee and also a former Trust president. | Greene County Heritage Trust (10).jpg

Shown above are Heritage Trust award-recipients at the Trust’s 2014 Early American Christmas Dinner and Annual Meeting. They are, left to right: the Rev. James (Jim) Mays, a Heritage Trust Awards Committee member and a former HT president; the Rev. Rex Brown, who accepted an Anniversary Award honoring New Bethel Presbyterian Church on its 175th anniversary year; former Heritage Trust President Carolyn Gregg, honored with a Special Award for her book, "Remembering Greene County Mills"; Betty Fletcher, of the Greeneville-Greene County History Museum, who received a posthumous Award of Merit honoring her late husband, Earl Fletcher, former director of the museum; Marilda Hurley, who received a posthumous Award of Merit honoring her late husband, noted Greeneville Sun columnist Bob Hurley; Tim Massey, Greene County Historian and former Heritage Trust president, who received an Award of Merit at the dinner; and Robert H. (Bob ) Bailey, chairman of the Awards Committee and also a former Trust president.

Shown above are Heritage Trust award-recipients at the Trust’s 2014 Early American Christmas Dinner and Annual Meeting. They are, left to right: the Rev. James (Jim) Mays, a Heritage Trust Awards Committee member and a former HT president; the Rev. Rex Brown, who accepted an Anniversary Award honoring New Bethel Presbyterian Church on its 175th anniversary year; former Heritage Trust President Carolyn Gregg, honored with a Special Award for her book, "Remembering Greene County Mills"; Betty Fletcher, of the Greeneville-Greene County History Museum, who received a posthumous Award of Merit honoring her late husband, Earl Fletcher, former director of the museum; Marilda Hurley, who received a posthumous Award of Merit honoring her late husband, noted Greeneville Sun columnist Bob Hurley; Tim Massey, Greene County Historian and former Heritage Trust president, who received an Award of Merit at the dinner; and Robert H. (Bob ) Bailey, chairman of the Awards Committee and also a former Trust president.

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